Rabbi Tovia Singer responds to a caller’s provocative question: Will Christians who worship Jesus go to hell? In this intense program, Rabbi Singer takes the audience on a journey through Scripture as he explores the doctrine of the Trinity, a self-inflicted wound from which the Church never recovered.
How can you be certain of the Torah’s divine origin? In this gripping presentation, Rabbi Tovia Singer sets forth the foundation of the Jewish faith at Febias College of Bible, one of the most prestigious Christian universities in the Philippines.
On eleven occasions, Matthew employed “fulfillment citations,” where the author of the fourth gospel claims the events in the life of Jesus clearly fulfilled prophecy in the Jewish Scriptures. Among all the four Gospels, Matthew is the only author to implement this approach. In his nativity story, Matthew claims that the Jewish prophets foretold that […]
Judaism teaches that our forefather Abraham faithfully kept the Torah during his lifetime. Muslim caller asks Rabbi Tovia Singer a pressing question: How could Abraham have possibly kept the Torah many centuries before Moses delivered the Torah at Mt. Sinai?
Rabbi Tovia Singer responds to caller’s pressing question: Why is the account of the national revelation at Mt. Sinai more reliable than Paul’s claim that Jesus appeared to 500 people following his crucifixion?
Muslim asks Rabbi Tovia Singer whether the Torah forbids the serious act of ‘shirk,’ the sin of ascribing and worshiping partnerships with God, which the Quran regards as an unpardonable sin. Rabbi Tovia Singer explains why Trinitarian Christians violate this prohibition despite numerous warnings in the Torah against this grave practice.
As it turns out, the Hebrew word ‘Rachem,” in its root, means both a mother’s womb and mercy. This is the case in Arabic as well. Moreover, this root word is the name of God and the Torah. What is the connection between a womb and mercy, and what exactly do we mean when we […]